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Do you know what bearings a 07 or 08 Capo rear wheel takes. It looks like 10x26x8. Any ideas

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Depends on what rear wheel you have. The spec changed on these bikes a few times throughout the the 2 years you mention. Need to know what rear hub you have.

You can take into any bike shop and they can tell you quickly with a visual inspection what bearings it needs. If you have cartridge bearings it will have a number like 6002 on the rubber seal, if they are standard round loose ball bearings than it will be a size like 1/4" for rear.

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